13:10 Lingfield Sat 14 September 2019
Broke her maiden over this C&D last time out where she scored by 2½L after staying on strongly inside the closing stages of the contest. She has gone up 8lb in the weights, however, she remains a leading contender.
Has been successful four times this year. Her latest win came at Brighton (1m2f) two runs ago. She went close to following it up on her most recent appearance as she was third of seven at Epsom (1m4f), beaten by just ¾L. One to consider.
Dual-purpose filly who has won twice over hurdles but is still awaiting her opening victory on the Flat. She scored in a 2m novice hurdle at Worcester last time This will be her first start on the Flat since March. May be off a lenient mark here.
Remains a maiden after four runs as she has struggled so far on the track. She made her handicap debut last time at this track over 7f where she finished last of 11. Is now off a 7lb lower mark and is taking a big step up in trip. Hard to fancy.
Has finished a long way down the field in all four of her starts to date. She made her handicap debut at Windsor (1m3½f) on her latest appearance where she came home 10th of 15. Drops down 2lb in weights. Others make more of an appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J R FanshaweJ: George Wood|
Maroon Bells (4/5), Junoesque (9/4), Colony Queen (4/1), Maria Magdalena (5/1), Sweet Celebration (5/1), Teemlucky (25/1), Gladden (66/1)
- Maroon Bells
- Colony Queen
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